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Canada Introduces Legislation to Ratify North America Trade Pact

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought forward legislation to ratify the new North American free trade agreement. Speaking to lawmakers, Trudeau said the decision by President Donald Trump’s administration to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum cleared the biggest obstacle to the country’s ratification of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. “Today is a big day for Canada,”…

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